Friday, December 4, 2020

Book Review - Burden of Proof by Davis Bunn




Three weeks after his twenty-third birthday, Ethan missed the chance to save his brother's life when he was assassinated at the courthouse in Jacksonville, Florida. Ethan has felt a profound disconnect between the man he was meant to be and the man he became after that fateful day. His days are a jumbled mess as he constantly replays the scene of his failure again and again.

His brother's widow enters his life and calls for his help to discover who was really behind his brother's murder. Ethan is shocked to learn that she and her late husband were involved in a much larger case than he knew—one that threatens the global power system. When Ethan joins the search for answers, he will travel back to his past and find a way of redeeming his future.

I thought this novel had an interesting spin. However, I found myself having a hard time getting into the novel. I thought the main character was annoying and all the female characters were either stupid and annoying or aggressive and rude. The entire novel felt like a chore and was very boring to read. I stopped reading halfway and never looked back.

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